The emergence of post-COVID syndrome shines new light on the old problem of post-viral syndromes In Part 1, we discussed how the rise of long covid shines new light on chronic post-viral disorders long ignored by researchers and clinicians. But…
Will long-COVID activists, especially practitioner-patients, finally force healthcare systems, clinicians and medical researchers to confront post-viral and similar chronic syndromes they have shrugged off for decades? In keeping with our mission, will a focused response by healthcare systems and researchers to post-COVID syndrome help illuminate the invisible epidemic of autoimmune and autoinflammatory disorders?
Dr Bonnie 360 interviews Chase Spurlock, PhD, founder and CEO of Decode Health on AI analytics in COVID and chronic inflammatory disease.
On GI practice, beta risk, digital health, VBP and chronic care Another in our new series of B2B thought leadership interviews with visionary entrepreneurs applying digital tools to improve care of chronic immunoinflammatory disorders (CID), including autoimmune and autoinflammatory diseases.…
Here's our ultimate guide to dance for fun and fitness druing the COVID-19 lockdowns. Curated specifically for your personal indoor belly dance, Disco or House party.
People with or without FHP alike can benefit from exercises that strengthen the deep neck flexor muscles. If you have osteoporosis or osteopenia, strengthening the muscles around your spine is key to healthy posture and reduced risk of fracture or deformity. A strong neck also offers some protection from whiplash and other accidental damage to the spine. As we age, neck exercises can improve neck appearance, function, and comfort.
COVID-19 SARS-CoV-2 testing problems are preventing us from collecting data fast enough. Better data would guide our response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Food handlers at grocery stores, meatpacking plants, fast food restaurants, and delivery services have tested positive for COVID-19. This raises a concern that the virus is being passed on through food handling or other shoppers touching groceries during their shopping…
COVID-19's rapid rates of infection, spread, hospitalization, and deaths make it different relative to recent pandemics It's a new virus infecting a naive population, thus producing a steep (exponential) growth curve compared to all other 21st C pandemics. Some data issues make understanding past pandemic data and predicting the course of COVID-19 more difficult.
In this post, we link to trackers, charts and dashboards that aid in following the global spread, especially for visual learners. We also explain some unfamiliar but need-to-know background, including SARS-CoV-2, viruses and especially exponential growth.